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According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Health Services Research (HSR) identifies effective ways to organize, manage, finance, and deliver high quality health care while reducing medical errors and improving patient safety. Health Services Research asks: How people get access to care? How much care costs? What happens to patients as a result of care… Read More »
In February 2019, the National Library of Medicine announced several updates to enhance PubMed: PubMed users can now search for Systematic Reviews: Systematic Review [Publication Type] was added to the 2019 MeSH vocabulary. NLM applied this publication type retrospectively to systematic review citations in PubMed as part of the annual MeSH update in December 2018…. Read More »
The PHDL’s trial of the AAP Pediatrics Collection is due to expire at the end of February. You can view the collection through the STAT!Ref link on your local version of the PHDL. The AAP Pediatrics Collection contains information on six trending topics: E-Cigarettes Firearm-Related Injuries and Preventions Immunization Strategies and Practices Medical Risks of… Read More »
The Public Health Digital Library (PHDL) has requested a trial with our e-book vendor (STAT!Ref) to test usefulness of a NEW single title: AAP Pediatric Collections. New title contains/integrates topical information on six trending themes: E-Cigarettes Firearm-Related injuries and Preventions Immunization Strategies and Practices Medical Risks of Marijuana Obesity: Stigma, Trends, and Interventions Opioid Addiction… Read More »
Two new Open Access journals added to the PHDL! We have added 2 new journals to the PHDL collection. Both of the journals are published by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). >mSphere is a multi-disciplinary open-access journal that publishes on a range of fields within the microbial sciences including applied and environmental science, clinical science… Read More »